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At Old Mt Pleasant Dentistry we hold to the old fashioned value that the patient is the most important person in our office. We use treatment plans that are practical and with the utmost concern for pain control, using the most advanced technology. Our staff will take time to explain any treatment plan and how to avoid dental problems in the future.

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We are conveniently located right off Ben Sawyer Blvd in Mt Pleasant at 1309 Warrick Lane.

Address: 1309 Warrick Lane Mt Pleasant SC 29464

Phone: 843-881-0668

Email: info@oldmtpleasantdentistry.com

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Are There Foods/Drinks That Are Good for Dental Health?

By | Oral Health

There is a well-known saying: you are what you eat. This adage also applies to your mouth and your teeth. To maintain good oral health and prevent dental cavities, what you eat matters. When you eat certain foods, changes immediately start happening in your mouth. Bacteria become busy converting carbohydrates and sugars into acids. These acids attack the enamel on your teeth, starting the process of decay. The more times in a day you eat, the more frequently you expose…

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Remedies for Tight Jaw

By | Oral Health

A tight jaw can be responsible for discomfort in many areas of your body, including your teeth, face, neck, ears, and head. The pain may be severe or described as throbbing or achy and can become worse when yawning or chewing. Other symptoms of a tight jaw include: Locking of the jaw joint. Limited range of motion when trying to open the mouth. Unpleasant clicking sounds. Read on to learn about possible remedies for tight jaw.  Exercises to Ease Jaw…

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9 Ways to Save Your Enamel

By | Oral Hygiene

Enamel is the name given to the shiny outer surface of a tooth. The purpose of enamel is to help protect the tooth from decay. Over time, some natural wearing away of this coating will occur, but there’s much you can do to help keep your tooth enamel strong. Here are nine simple steps to take to keep your enamel strong.  1. Beware of Sugar Bacteria in your mouth love sugar. They feed on it and make acids that soften…

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